Sunday, February 10, 2008

Music's Biggest Night

50th Grammy's
some of the night's winners:

Alycia Keyes Best R&B Artist

Foo Fighter win Grammy for Best Rock Album

"Echoes. Silence, Patience and Grace"
OS ANGELES (Reuters) - British soul singer Amy Winehouse and hip-hop star Kanye West, both recovering from personal tragedies in the past year, won four Grammy Awards each on Sunday and remain in contention for more of the music industry's top honors.

Winehouse, 24, won two key Grammys -- song of the year for her signature hit, "Rehab," and best new artist -- as well as awards for female pop vocal solo performance for "Rehab," and pop vocal album for "Back to Black," her breakthrough release.

Winehouse, who received six nominations, was unable to bask in the public acclaim. She is in London, being treated at a rehab clinic for a drug problem that kept her in the headlines for much of last year.

She was scheduled to perform both "Rehab" and another tune, "You Know I'm No Good," via satellite from a recording studio later during the Grammy telecast. She will compete for record of the year and album of the year at the end of the ceremony.

West, 30, who led all Grammy contenders with eight nominations, won his awards in the rap field.
He will also compete for album of the year and best rap/song collaboration.

Herbie Hancock wins album of the year Grammy
11:32pm EST

Grammys pays tribute again to Beatles
9:39pm EST

Comics win New Zealand's first Grammy in 24 years
9:01pm EST

Amy Winehouse wins Grammy for best new artist
8:58pm EST

Amy Winehouse wins song of the year Grammy
9:52pm EST

Bluesmen finally get their due at the Grammys
9:24pm EST

Amy Winehouse to perform at Grammys via satellite
9:01pm EST

Amy Winehouse wins record of the year Grammy
Monday Morning:

Amy Winehouse wins 5 Grammy's.

All of Last Night's WINNERS

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